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Aug 29, 2009 6:30pm EDT
waited for hours at the u.s. capitol so they could say a final good-bye. you are looking at a live picture this evening. we will return there in a moment but we begin our coverage this evening in boston, where president obama was joined by three former presidents, dozens of members of congress, and the kennedy family for a funeral mass. national correspondent jim axelrod is there. jim. >> reporter: jeff, the kennedy family chose this church because of its special meaning to senator kennedy as a place of hope and optimism. they wanted an uplifting farewell. ted kennedy's casket was met by an honor guard and escorted into the basilica of our laeld of perpetual help, where his widow and children were joined by 1500 mourners. >> we pray for our dear friend and brother, ted kennedy. >> reporter: in many ways, it had all the trappings of a state funeral-- former presidents, senators and cabinet secretaries movie stars, and world-famous musicians. all gathered in an ornate church a eulogy from the sitting president. >> he was given the gift of time that his brothers were not and he used t
Aug 22, 2009 6:30pm EDT
" magazine is reporting that a secret 2004 report reveals that interrogators used mox executions to intimidate prisoners and a federal judge has ordered the release monday of that five-year-old inspector general's report. earlier today, i spoke with one of the authors the article, "newsweek" investigative correspondent mark hosenbal, and asked about what was in the previously classified document. >> the report is going to reveal for the first time the the c.i.a. conducted what are described as mock execution of some of the high-valued detainees, more than one from the sound of things. and in the case of one detainee that we know about, somebody named abdel-rahman al nashiri, an alleged architect of the uss cole bombing, the report alleged at some point c.i.a. interrogator brandished a gun in front of this guy in an effort to frighten him and took a power drill in front of him and turn turned it on and went bzzz, implying they were going to use it on him. >> glor: does this report make an investigation by attorney general holder more likely? >> attorney general holder in an interv
Aug 1, 2009 6:30pm EDT
even though it misthe the august deadline for a full bill. the congressional democrats plan to use this delay as a virtue. they're going to tell the public look, we are taking the time to make sure the right thing is in this bill and to make sure you know what's in it. jeff. >> glor: kimberly dozier in washington tonight. kimberly, thank you. the called cash for clunkers trade of in program is still going strong this weekend, thanks to promises of more funding. dealers estimate the number of clunker trade-ins so far at more than 224,000. late thursday, the program looked like it might be drained until the house voted to fund another $2 billion to keep it going. randall pinkston joins us tonight from a dealership in new jersey. randall, good evening to you. >> reporter: hello, jeff. well, those news reports that the cash for clunkers program was out of cash set off some very anxious phone calls to car dealers but after unusually quick assurances from washington car dealers expect to keep seeing customers who don't want to miss out on a great bargain. >> good luck to you. >> reporter
Aug 8, 2009 6:30pm EDT
at the u.s. supreme court. sonia sotomayor takes the oath as the first hispanic justice. >> so help me god. >> glor: meet the job savers, big-name companies that have yet to lay off one employee in this recession. and abbey road anniversary. 40 years ago today the beatles took that famous walk. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with jeff glor. >> glor: good evening. seven months after a miracle plane landing on the hudson river in new york there was another incident today, this one with a lot different result. shortly after noon, a small plane and sightseeing helicopter collided. this is what it looked like moments after that collision. this happened between lower manhattan and new jersey, and officials say all nine people on board were killed. "early show" weather anchor dave price is a licensed private pilot who flew this route yesterday. he joins us from near the crash site tonight. dave, good evening to you. >> reporter: good evening to you jeff. this area over the hudson river where the collision occurred has spectacular views that pilots and their passengers
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